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Isn't it amazing how the Bible proves itself time after time? No matter what evolutionist come up with, the Bible has a concrete explaination.

Andrea Strickland, Creation, Dinosaurs and the Flood Guestbook 15 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Adrian

Evolution is based on evidence and facts and testing, and lastly time and critzism. Creationism is based on conjecture and blind faith.

12/19/2006 5:22:03 AM

Tom S. Fox

"No matter what evolutionist come up with, the Bible has a concrete explaination."

Show me ONE!

2/15/2008 2:46:48 AM

Joules

The correct spelling is

EXPLANATION

I find it interesting - and telling - that these morons always manage to add an I to the word.

Sad. Very, very ignorant, and sad. I simply can't think down far enough to appreciate this level of ignorance, so I really don't feel 'qualified' to comment.




2/15/2008 3:14:37 AM

Tempus

What is a "kind?"

2/15/2008 3:49:31 AM

PD

"No matter what evolutionist come up with, the Bible has a concrete explaination."

L O L

9/4/2010 8:47:03 PM

DarkfireTaimatsu

It's really more of an Elmer's glue explanation.

9/4/2010 9:24:39 PM

Professor M

I'm not sure I'd say "concrete" so much as "concrète", as in "musique concrète", as in "a collection of random noise and gibberish". Except the music is actually interesting.

9/4/2010 9:48:51 PM

Philbert McAdamia

@ DarkfireTaimatsu
It's really more of an Elmer's glue explanation.


Mmmm, I'll go with library paste.

9/4/2010 10:24:01 PM

Justanotheratheist

Wow. What a convincing argument....not.

Actually, the bible proves itself time after time to be horseshit, and its explanations are only concrete if you want them to be. A delusion remains a delusion no matter how fervently you believe it to be otherwise. I could try and bullshit myself into believing that I am the most irresistible stud on earth even after ten years of not getting laid, but the facts would rather suggest otherwise.

Mind you, what do you expect other than blind allegiance to bullshit from someone who posts on a website that manages to combine creation, dinosaurs and the flood into one name?

9/4/2010 11:24:15 PM

Swede

Did God create man first and then the animals, or the animals first and then man?
Is a man obliged to marry his brother's widow, or is this prohibited?
Please provide concrete Bible "explainations" for these questions, Ms Strickland.

9/5/2010 5:27:57 AM

Canadiest

I checked out several of the sites answers. Concrete explainations in that they're dense. Like AIG this site just hops around the subject, sites debunked creationist claims from the past and drops a cherry-picked Bible verse as proof of historical or scientific evidence.

The only thing that gives these sites any following is that their followers will grasp the slightest straw of percieved authority to validate their Bible.

9/5/2010 6:33:13 AM

The Duelist

Then how come it doesn't explain God's loss to the iron chariots? That was easy, wasn't it? This deserves an award of some sort...

9/5/2010 3:37:16 PM

Quantum Mechanic

[citation needed]

5/18/2011 11:50:23 AM

Apatheist

Ok. Let's see that explanation is normally some version of, "God did it", I'll stick with the guys in the lab coats with the big words and evolving explanations according to new information.

7/22/2011 2:38:51 PM

Blarghonius

If the Bible's got proof of something, I'd like to see it.

7/23/2011 12:04:02 AM
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